Client wanted an open concept plan for the general area to make it look spacious and bright. The game room was also a requirement so we placed it near the bomb shelter so that it won’t interrupt the openness of the space as well as not block the natural light coming in from the window. We also added an island/breakfast nook for the client to entertain guests. A long hallway was kept to link all the rooms together and to create a sense of depth in the space. We demolished the wall between the Master Bedroom and Bedroom 2 so that entrance from the main bedroom was possible. They also wanted a full-height wardrobe in BR2 with 8 doors for storage and better accessibility.
By using light colors in both the wood and upholstery, it creates the feeling of more space. In this 5 Room BTO unit, we used a variety of finishes to create interest and contrast. The feature wall is in dark lime wash paint finish, while the other walls are painted in light colors. Its warmth and natural materials, including wood and stone, reflect an idea of coziness and comfort.
We made sure to bring in natural lighting to have a warm and inviting ambiance. The end result is a functional and sophisticated home that looks good and feels great to live in. As for the game room that was requested by the client, we placed a fixed glass panel wherein the light can come in. Talk about textures, the fluted panels in the foyer and breakfast nook in the kitchen area create a sense of luxuriousness, while the wall panels in the Master Bedroom is designed to give a sense of drama and elegance.
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